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9 Replies to “Another New Stuff from RiffTrax…”

  1. jay
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    The same thing happened to me with my third grade teacher. I knew she was some kind of invader because at recess she never left the shade of the school building and smoke came out of her nostrils when she thought we weren’t looking.

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  2. Ray Dunakin
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    This movie gave me nightmares when I was a kid.

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  3. Sitting Duck
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    Hillary Brooke (Mary MacLean) was Marla Stevens in Lost Continent. Morris Ankrum (Col. Fielding) was Dr. Ralph Fleming in Rocketship X-M and General John Hanson in Beginning of the End. Peter Brocco (Brainard) was Krog in Radar Men from the Moon. Charles Cane (Blaine) was the Captain of Police in Revenge of the Creature. Richard Deacon (MP) was the pilot in This Island Earth. Charles A. Gibbs (Lt. Blair) was a cop in Revenge of the Creature. Bob Herror (Martian) was a slime person in The Slime People (also doing stunts) and a mole person in The Mole People. Douglas Kennedy (Jackson) was Joey Faust in The Amazing Transparent Man. Robert Shayne (Dr. Bill Wilson) was Lt. Cassidy in The Rebel Set, Professor Bradshaw in Indestructible Man, and the Fire Maker in Teenage Cave Man. Frank Wilcox (Pentagon Chief of Staff) was General John T. Shot in Beginning of the End. Ed Wolff (Mutant) was the robot in The Phantom Creeps. Mort Glickman (Composer) composed stock music used in Radar Men from the Moon. Ben Chapman (assistant director and production manager) was production manager for The Giant Gila Monster and The Killer Shrews. Irving Block (matte artist and optical effects) was special photographic effects creator and story for Viking Women and the Sea Serpent, special effects for World Without End, and matte painter for Rocketship X-M. Howard Lydecker (miniature and mechanical effects) did special effects for Radar Men from the Moon and Undersea Kingdom. Jack Rabin (matte artist and optical effects) was special photographic effects creator for Viking Women and the Sea Serpent and Rocketship X-M, special effects for World Without End, special photographic effects for Robot Monster and Invasion U.S.A., and photographic effects for The Beast of Hollow Mountain.

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  4. Sitting Duck
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    That should be Bob Herron, not Herror. Also General John T. Short.

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  5. littleaimishboy
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    Scared the heck out of me as a little kid watching it on late night TV. So, goal accomplished!

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  6. Speedy B.
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    Wonder if they’ll riff the 1986 remake at some point.

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  7. TorgosPizzaNJ
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    One of my all time favorites…I have this on Laserdisc, and it’s the first audio commentary I ever heard; I had the foresight to invest in a Beta VCR and a Laserdisc player just before they were phased out… If they’d made dial cell phones, I probably would’ve bought one of those too…

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  8. Master Ninja 2
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    I remember reading about rights issues regarding this movie that were similar to the issues surrounding Wade Williams ownership.

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